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Trouble on Question Logic with different answers

  • 25 September 2023
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Hello typeform's community,

I have a survey that is bringing logic difficulty (seemed simple at first).

 

The is one main, root question. If the user select any answer, he should be followed with a new question to measure intensity from 0-10 regarding the option selected.

Problem: If people select multiple answers, each answer should open up a new 0-10 response. The problem im getting is that as soon as i select >=2 answers, it opens just one "0-10" response instead of >=2. 

Survey logic:

root question
measuring intensity from answers selected
logic right now

How I want to work is exactly like what I draw on the first image: selecting to answers = opens two "0-10" questions. Selecting three would open three, and so on.

 

How can I do that?

 

Best,

Nick

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Best answer by john.desborough 25 September 2023, 19:51

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@NicolasVizi - sorry to say this but you should probably build out your logic like this - assuming that your following rating questions are q8-q13 

 

  • logic on q5
    • if q5 = A then go to q8 
    • if q5 - B then go to q9
    • if q5= C then go to q10
    • if q5=D then go to q11
    • if q5= E then go to q12
    • if q5=F then go to q13
  • logic on q8
    • if q5 - B then go to q9
    • if q5= C then go to q10
    • if q5=D then go to q11
    • if q5= E then go to q12
    • if q5=F then go to q13
  • logic on q9
    • if q5= C then go to q10
    • if q5=D then go to q11
    • if q5= E then go to q12
    • if q5=F then go to q13
  • repeat through the other questions reducing each set of logic by the rule on the top
  • logic on q13
    • go to next appropriate question

this sort of logic set would allow for 1 selection on q5 or all of them.. and walk the user through the set of ratings as appropriate. 

 

thoughts?

 

des

Works like a charm. Thank you John.

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Works like a charm. Thank you John.

@NicolasVizi - good to hear… pay it forward and buy someone you don’t know a coffee the next time you are in a coffee shop (teacher, nurse, police, firefighter, paramedic, etc… they all deserve a little love!)

 

des

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